With his Drifters project slated to release next week via Electronic music producer Gramatik's Lowtemp label, ProbCause has shared the energetic lead single, "Back To The Future."
Distorted vocal samples sit atop slapping percussion and fluttering synths that are accompanied by jolted horns and keyboard taps that lay the groundwork for the track, which is produced by the Lowtemp label head.
As for the rhymes, ProbCause is in his comfort zone with confident, loose-lipped raps stating "I ain't offended if you give up on me I ain't even mad."
Rapping over Gramatik's heavy electronic production, the ProbCause showcases his multi-genre adaptability by delivering the same lyrical punch that we're used to hearing from the Chicago rapper over a foreign backdrop.
"Using the innovative capacities of Gramatik's electro-funk and glitch-hop origins, Probcause lays down a spastic flow of progressive lyrics that work perfectly within the production's framework," said ThisSongIsSick in their premiere.